Trip Details

  • Destination: Nepal
  • Trip Difficulty: Easy
  • Trip Style: Tour
  • Transport: Private Car
  • Food: Breakfast + Lunch + Dinner
  • Accommodation: Hotel
  • Group Size: 2
  • Max Elevation: 2163 m



  • Visit UNESCO-preserved regions.
  • Learn about the wild's predators – the Bengal tigers and one-horned rhinoceros.
  • Watch wildlife jeep safaris and have a Once-in-a-lifetime experience of seeing the Royal Bengal Tigers, One-horned Rhinoceros, and Leopards.
  • Ride on the backs of the majestic elephants through the thick jungles.
  • Observe more than half a thousand species of birds in their habitat.
  • Experience the Tharu Cultural Museum. The village's Cultural Dance Performance by learning key characters and learning from our guide.
  • Float calmly through the gentle currents and look at these awesome prehistoric creatures and scenic river banks.
  • View the wonderful Himalayas peaks, including Mount Everest, at the break of day and dusk.
  • Visit the two UNESCO world heritage sites of Nepal: Bhaktapur and Patan Durbar Squares, which both enclave beautiful Nepalese architecture.
  • Watch folk Tharu dances and cultural programs.
  • Learn about diverse flora and fauna.


Nepal Jungle Safari Tour 6 Days is an adventurous tour where we follow culture and nature lovers in Nepal. The trip described here is a 6-day and 5-night tour that combines activities of adventurous tourism, wildlife, culture, and scenic beauty. It will be a perfect option for lovers to get a brief idea about the whole of Nepal.

The transportation starts with car riding from Kathmandu to Chitwan, with a pleasant view of River Trisuli. Chitwan is a town famous for its immense bio-diversity. Chitwan National Park, commonly known as the Sultan of Tiger, is a Natural World Heritage site. This park is a bonanza of wildlife, where one would have an opportunity to see so many species of animals in their natural surrounding. Some endangered and wild animals in this park are the one-horned rhinoceros, the Bengal tiger, hog deer, gharials, peafowls and Great Hornbills, Kalij pheasants, and many others. The park has a series of jungle activities aiming at making visitors feel they are in a tropical forest. For a closer look at the wildlife, there are elephant back safaris, and jeep safaris are used for further penetration into the park. Canoeing on the Rapti River gives quite a calm ride through the countryside and allows one to see crocodiles. Tours taken around the jungle by professional guide-naturalists give extended information concerning the tropical plants and animals of the area.

The wildlife tour also entails a visit to a Tharu Cultural village, where travellers get an opportunity to learn more about the culture and traditions of the indigenous Tharu people. Tharu people are recognized for the cultural, dance, and social performances of Tharu people and the outlook of Tharu culture. It then leads the travelers to Nagarkot, a beautiful hill station with splendid views of the snowy Himalayas. This place is quite popular among tourists to watch the sunrise in the vistas of the Himalayas, including Annapurna, Manaslu, Ganesh Himal, Langtang, Jugal, Rolwaling, and Everest. The low temperatures in Nagarkot, the mountain air, and the pictorial setting give a good venue for goal setting and rejuvenation.

The last part of the touching tour takes us to Bhaktapur and Patan, enlisted as UNESCO sites. These cities contain several arts and crafts, monuments, and temples, demonstrating the architectural marvels of the Nepalese period. Bhaktapur called the city of devotees, has a rich history, evidenced by the numerous well-preserved medieval buildings and eye-popping festivals, and is famous for its pottery. Lalitpur, or Patan, is recognized for being one of the most massive and richest cities in artistic works and home to many exquisite temples, courtyards, and statues sculpted by Newar craftsmen.

Nepal jungle safari tour is a six-day tour provided by the Nepal Adventure Team and is the best holiday package for visitors who want to experience more of Nepal in a very short time, as well as those interested in cultural tours and wildlife at the same time. From the thick sal forests of Chitwan to the peace-fog hills of Nagarkot to the historic Durbar squares of Bhaktapur and Patan, this tour fills your adventurous journey.

Chitwan National Park Safari Tour

Chitwan National Park Safari Tour is a ride into one of Nepal's most popular wildlife reserves. Sited in the south-central Nepalese Inner Terai lowlands, Chitwan National Park is the country's first national park, established in 1973 and is a world heritage site of UNESCO. The park is an undeniable part of the country's biodiversity. The park is spread over a large area of 932 square kilometers composed of forests, marsh, and grasslands. The park is regarded for its conservation accomplishments in wildlife, especially in identifying the one-horned Rhinoceros and the Bengal tiger. As a tourist, one can encounter the unspoiled area famous as Chitwan National Park, located in one of the sub-continents of Asia.

Safari tour in Chitwan National Park is proactive in providing several adventurous activities that reveal the district's wildlife. Among the experienced tours, the most famous one is the elephant safari, which is the possibility of sitting on the back of an animal at smaller heights and going through thickets to observe the wildlife. This safari allows one to be close to the park's inhabitants, such as the horned rhinoceroses, deer, and wild boars. For those who want more action, jeep safari offers an opportunity. The cars go deeper into the park, and the probability of meeting predators such as Bengal tiger and leopards is higher. The jeep safaris also pass through various parks' ecosystems, including dense forests, open grasslands, and acacia woodlands, all of which will give different viewing experiences.

Another interesting activity during the Chitwan National Park Safari Tour is the canoe ride in the Rapti River. This is a relatively inconspicuous task, which gives the possibility of observing the river and its inhabitants: gharials and water birds, for instance. Also included are the wildlife and jungle walks, which are an important activity during the safari as the visitors are taken on a walk through the park by experienced naturalists who explain various aspects of the ecology, flora and fauna to the visitors. These walks provide the opportunity to learn and see more and are closer to the ground. Giving the skills to observe much smaller details of the park's environment. Along with the cultural sightseeing like the Tharu village tour and the Tharu stick dance and music show, the Chitwan National Park Safari Tour gives travellers an absolute value for their money regarding tourism in the heart of natural and cultural Nepal.

Detail Itinerary

  • Day 01Arrival in Kathmandu (1350m)
  • Day 02Kathmandu to Chitwan (845m) 4-5 Hours drive
  • Day 03Explore and Day excursion
  • Day 04Chitwan to Nagarkot (2163 m) 5-6 hours
  • Day 05Nagarkot to Kathmandu and visit Bhaktapur and Patan
  • Day 06Finale Departure
  • Day 01 Arrival in Kathmandu (1350m)

    Upon arrival in Kathmandu, you will be received by our airport representative from Nepal Adventure Team who will transfer you to the hotel in our private vehicle. You will have a short meeting regarding the tour itinerary with a welcome drink in the hotel. After meeting you can check in to your room and relax and freshen up. If not tired, you have a free evening to stroll around the market of Thamel.

    Overnight at Hotel in Kathmandu

    • Meals: Welcome Dinner
    • Accommodation: Hotel
    • Place: Kathmandu
    • Altitude: 1350 m
  • Day 02 Kathmandu to Chitwan (845m) 4-5 Hours drive

    We start our day early today. We take an early morning Tourist Bus/private vehicle to Chitwan. It normally takes 5 hours to reach Chitwan. We check-in to our hotel and relax for some time. Next, we will have a brief orientation session regarding the activities to follow. After lunch, our half-day Chitwan tour commences. We go to Rapti Riverside to observe the sunset view. Upon getting back to the hotel, we visit nearby indigenous Tharu villages.

    • Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
    • Accommodation: Hotel
    • Place: Chitwan
    • Altitude: 946 m
  • Day 03 Explore and Day excursion

    After early morning breakfast, we go for canoeing and jungle walk in the morning in Chitwan National Park. We get back to our hotel for some rest. After lunch, we go for elephant or jeep safari which is the best way to capture the sight of the wildlife of Nepal. In the evening, you will be entertained by the cultural dance show by local Tharu people.

    • Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
    • Accommodation: Hotel
    • Place: Chitwan
    • Altitude: 946 m
  • Day 04 Chitwan to Nagarkot (2163 m) 5-6 hours

    Today is the fourth day of our tour, after an early breakfast we drive to Nagarkot, a popular tourist destination to observe the sunrise and sunset view over the Himalayas of Nepal. We can have a relaxing evening in the Nagarkot hotel enjoying sunset view and camping fire.

    Overnight at Hotel in Nagarkot

    • Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
    • Accommodation: Hotel
    • Place: Nagarkot
    • Altitude: 2183 m
  • Day 05 Nagarkot to Kathmandu and visit Bhaktapur and Patan

    After succulent breakfast with a beautiful sunrise view at your hotel, we start our journey to Patan and Bhaktapur city, renowned ancient cities enlisted in UNESCO World Heritage sites for its ancient palaces, temples, and monuments with great art and architecture. After educational sightseeing in these cities, we drive back to Kathmandu.

    • Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
    • Accommodation: Hotel
    • Place: Kathmandu
    • Altitude: 1350 m
  • Day 06 Finale Departure

    Depending upon the flight schedule, a representative from Nepal Adventure Team will escort you to the Tribhuwan International Airport, three hours prior to your take-off time. We wish you a safe flight back home looking forward to being your travel companion in Nepal again.

    • Meals: Breakfast

What's Included


  • Airport pick up and drop by private car
  • Welcome and farewell dinner at a typical authentic Nepali restaurant
  • All ground transportation by private car
  • Full board meal during the tour
  • An experienced tour guide for 6 days
  • 2 nights hotel at Kathmandu on BB plan
  • 3 days 2 nights jungle safari at Chitwan national park
  • Elephant ride, jungle walk, canoeing, cultural program, and village walk
  • One night at Nagarkot on MAP plan basis
  • Bhaktapur and Patan durbar square sightseeing
  • Company T-shirt and tour map
  • First aid medical Kitbag
  • All government VAT and local taxes


  • Nepal Visa and international flight (Airfare)
  • All personal expenses and drinks (alcohol and juice)
  • All entrance and monument fees
  • Tips to staff (driver and guide)


Useful Information

Accommodation during The Jungle Safari Tour

On the 6-Day Nepal Jungle Safari Tour, you will be accommodated in quality hotels throughout the tour. This will help you have as much fun as you visit the jungle and beautiful Nepal. Camping: your lodgings will be selected carefully throughout your stay in Nepal, which include Kathmandu, Chitwan, and Nagarkot; all will have a distinct environment & all the modern needed facilities for your comfort. The trip will start in Kathmandu, where you will be accommodated in one of the beautiful and comfortable hotels that offer all meals, including breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Your hotel accommodation in Chitwan will also be near the Chitwan National Park and designed with the setting and culture of the natural environment in mind. Thereby providing a quiet and restful place to retire to after the day's activities in the park, which includes: safari and canoe ride. Your meals will also be prepared, especially for you, at the hotel where you will be lodged. Here, you will spend the night in one of the best hotels with excellent views of the Himalayan range, and with all meals included. The hotel will provide a beautiful view of sunrise and sunrise sun on the mountains.

Vehicle Services During The Jungle Safari Tour

Travel during the 6-day Nepal Jungle Safari Tour will be conducted by private vehicle tailored to the size of your group for maximum comfort and convenience. Depending on the number of travelers, options range from a private car for smaller groups to a jeep or HiAce for medium-sized parties and even buses for larger groups. This flexibility ensures that all travelers can enjoy a smooth, efficient, and comfortable journey between destinations, allowing you to fully immerse yourself in Nepal's stunning landscapes and experiences.

Best Time For Nepal Jungle Safari Tour

The ideal time for a Nepal Jungle Safari Tour is during the winter months of October to March. The best time, however, is in May and October because it is dry; the temperatures are moderate, the skies are clear, and wildlife congregates around water sources. Safari activities such as elephant tracking and jeep track, jungle walks, and canoe riding are perfectly done during the cool morning and evening. It also lies within the post-monsoon period, which increases the vegetation density, increasing the landscape's beauty during safari exploration. The dry season also improves the roads and trails and provides better conditions to travel from one destination to another, like Chitwan National Park, Kathmandu, and Nagarkot. These months are good from a climatic perspective and from the perspective of wildlife spotting, making your jungle safari tour in Nepal most comfortable and enjoyable.

Things To Know Before This Wildlife Excursion

Here are a few things you need to keep in check while embarking on this excursion:

  • Take light, airy garments appropriate for warm weather during the day and somewhat cooler in the evening. If you plan to go walking in the jungle, it is recommended that you wear robust shoes or boots.
  • Discuss medications advised for traveling to the tropical climate. Take along insect repellent and sunblock.
  • One should keep a reasonable distance from animals and minimize interference with their typical activities.
  • Pay attention to your guides and naturalists to understand the guidelines for safari safety and general conduct during a wildlife trip.
  • Do not feed foods/ treats disturbs the natural diet of wild animals and get them used to people, producing some form of conflict.
  • Avoid walking through the jungles, and confine yourself to trails and tracks during the tours.
  • It is recommended that you bring a camera with a zoom lens so that you can photograph animals from a distance without harm.
  • Respect the local traditions of the people of Tharu, as this information may be useful when visiting the village or any cultural area.
  • Adopt environmentally friendly measures like bicycle riding or avoiding littering the compound with plastics and other recyclable items.
  • Learn and accept the existing animal territories and their actions to avoid mishaps.
  • Avoid shaking arms or making any other types of movement that may be unexpected or alarming to animals.
  • When faced with wildlife conflicts, it is advised to seek the help of a trained guide to avoid unnecessary incidences.

What To Expect On This Tour

The 6-day Nepal Jungle Safari Tour will involve wildlife and nature sightings, cultural activities, and spectacular views of different terrains. You will begin with the cultural start of the country and its capital, Kathmandu, and then go on tours to Bhaktapur and Lalitpur (Patan). These cities, which have been listed as UNESCO World Heritage sites, have marvelous architecture, temples, and bazaars and provide an understanding of the country's cultural history.

The next destination is Chitwan National Park, listed by UNESCO and well-known for its inhabitants of Bengal tigers, one-horned rhinoceros, and birdlife. Here, there are exciting elephant adventures, a wild jeep driving through the jungle, and a calm boat ride down the Rapti River. Culture is also offered, with an opportunity to visit Tharu villages where you are taken through a rich Tharu culture as a people and some of their customs.

To the next travel destination, Nagarkot, a beautiful tourist resort developed as a hill station. One is privileged to rise and soar to enchanting sun sets and sun rises over Himalayan ranges like Everest and Langtang. There are also leisurely walks through the beautiful terrain at Nagarkot and shopping in some towns and cities that have traditional markets for indigenous products with local flavour souvenirs.

Throughout the tour, move around in style and comfort in hired private cars depending on the size of the group, thus avoiding long hours on the road when crossing from one destination to the other. Assume that you will stay and eat in very comfortable and well-equipped hotels after each day of your trip. Regardless of observing wild animals in Chitwan Traver, visiting historic cities, or even finding the Himalayas' beautiful scenery in Nagarkot, the Nepal Jungle Safari Tour will offer an exciting combination of aesthetics and adventure in the heart of Nepal.

Client Reviews

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    Rating Review by: Maxine Johnson, United States

    Roamed with Rhinos

    Heading out on Nepal's 6-day jungle safari felt like diving into a whole new world. Every day was packed with excitement, from spotting rhinos up close to catching a glimpse of elusive leopards. Our guides were absolute legends, making sure we felt safe while showing us the best spots to explore. After thrilling days, cozy accommodations and delicious local food made the evenings feel like a true escape. 

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    Rating Review by: Mia Khan, Pakistan

    A Symphony of Nature

    From the moment we entered Chitwan National Park, the air was filled with the calls of exotic birds and the rustle of leaves stirred by unseen creatures. Each day brought new adventures, from peaceful river cruises to exhilarating jeep safaris through the dense foliage. The expertise and passion of our guides added depth to our experiences, ensuring we left with not just photographs but a profound appreciation for Nepal's biodiversity.